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Clark Inks Deal With Redskins

Former Penn State quarterback signed with Washington Redskins yesterday.

Nearly 24 hours after the draft ended, it looks like former Penn State quarterback will head south to Washington, D.C. to join the Redskins. The Washington Post announced yesterday that Washington has signed Clark, joining a stable of quarterbacks that includes the Pro Bowl quarterback Donovan McNabb.

There were rumors swirling Saturday night that Clark would end up in Pittsburgh, but sorry Steelers’ fans– you’re going to have to stick with Big Ben.

Head coach Mike Shanahan has made big changes since being hired earlier this off season, and the team’s quarterback has been a key issue. Clark will have the chance to earn backup role against a slew of competitors including Colt Brennan, Rex Grossman, and Richard Bartel.

Let’s hope he learns a few things from McNabb, who has a similar playing style, and becomes a starter at some point in his career.

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Tim Owen

I am originally from a very small town in northeastern Pennsyltucky, called Athens. Currently, I am enrolled in the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism and major in print journalism.

I have a passion for sports, and more specifically football. I enjoy hunting, cooking, food, and everything Penn State!

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